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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Vstern, Nov 12, 2011.
Ahe-he-he-hemmmm. Op is long gone and hasn't visited TM in 2+ months.
uhm, yeah, I bet he quit playing the trumpet ----- percussion was easier!!!!!
Possibly for some, but for me it was much less (and I didn't play for over 40 years) ... and without the distractions of youth I can focus more on the music and enjoy the music more ... going back to play over and over the songs I enjoy rather than once performed the director took the music from me and put in the file where I'd not be able to play it again and again. Fooled my director(s), I've got my own music now that they can't take away.
David Blask is head surgeon and teaching professor of the Tulane University hospital here in New Orleans.
He is also one heck of trumpet player that I see all around town on gigs.
Life has to be more than just one dimensional.
It does. If life was only medicine, I would go crazy... We played a gig in Pittsburgh last weekend, and a surgeon came all the way from Cleveland to hear us play. I sat with him to talk between sets... not once did we talk medicine. That's the way I like it... Had some great music discussion... the true healing art.
c'mon GM --- I highly doubt this ----- I am sure you discussed what music he listens to while he is "slicing and dicing" people in the OR!!!!!!!!! --- your a cut above the rest my friend I hope that doesn't leave you in stiches!!! , oh my goodness -- I am so healthy, laughter and music is the best medicine